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My mother was an artist and the moment I saw the urns Sybil Sage does, I knew that’s where my parents belonged. Their remains had been in a plain box that I kept hidden away, but I asked Sybil if she could do an urn that would resemble this one in shape, but reflect my parents’ lives. Though she’d never met them, hearing that they loved to travel and enjoyed wine, she found plates with those images and had me take photos of some of my mother’s artwork. Maybe the best was she used a bit of a love letter my father had written to my mother before they were married. They are now displayed on a shelf and I know they would both be happy about where they are.